RTD Detectors

What are the practical difference between wire-wound and flat film RTDs? Wire-wound type provides greater accuracy and stability but are vulnerable to shock; Flat film type are resistant to shock and have quicker thermal response times.
  • Flat Film Detectors

    Flat Film Detectors

    A selection of Flat Film RTD Detectors; 100, 500 & 1000 Ohm in class A, B or 1/3 DIN.

     Flat film are resistant to shock and have quick thermal response times compared to wirewound detectors.

  • Wire Wound Detectors

    Wire Wound Detectors

    A selection of 100 Ohm RTD Wire Wound Detectors, single and dual element types available in class A, B or 1/10 DIN.

    Wire-wound type provide greater accuracy and stability, but are vulnerable to shock.

A selection of Flat Film RTD Detectors; 100, 500 & 1000 Ohm in class A, B or 1/3 DIN A selection of 100 Ohm RTD Wire Wound Detectors, single and dual element types available in class A, B or 1/10 DIN